Evidence in an era of ‘post-truth’ politics
It’s not easy being an advocate of evidence right now, but by joining forces we can counter the prevailing anti-factual mood. Following
Evidence Works 2016, Jonathan Breckon calls for a global coalition to champion the role of evidence in politics and policymaking.
Wednesday 12 July, 2017
Tredegar House , Newport, Wales, NP10 8YW
On 12 July the Alliance is hosting a panel discussion in Newport, Wales in partnership with the Royal Statistical Society on how the evidence world and those working with data and statistics respond to the challenges...
7 July, 2017
Professor Leighton Andrews (former Minister for Education and Skills, and Minister for Public Services, Welsh Government) on why it’s important that we combat the proliferation of ‘fake news’ and how it could be done. There has...
A publication from our collegues at Nesta. From criminal justice, childrens services to poverty reduction, this report contains essays from organisations using different methodologies and approaches to generate evidence and influence policy and practice in a...